If you've ever watched even a small snippet of Keeping Up With The Kardashians in your life, you'd know that the show is mostly about the money, the cars and the clothes... the h*es, too, I suppose. (We use the expletive as a term of endearment in this case.)
So when a sartorially minded sub-plot appeared on this most recent KUWTK, we were not shocked, but yet somehow the context is still unbelievable. Basically, Kim and Kourt dub Khloe a proverbial slob kabob and try to give her a Clueless-style makeover. See below:
Like her husband before her, who cleared out her closet to make room for a new aesthetic, Kim takes to Khlo's kloset to put her stylista chops to the test. Khloe, it would seem, is a little miffed by the proposition.
We can't help but point out the many implausible aspects of this story. Khloe looks damn good all the time and even has her own stylist, as does Kim. Also, if she wants to film in workout clothes, like... let her live? Khloe probably never foresaw the show taking up this much of her life, and since she technically works from home most often, or her relatives' homes, is a full-on 'fit and glam always necessary? For the KarJenners, yes, but us normies side with KhloMoney...
This is not the first time Kim has tried to influence her family and therefor her brand's lewk. Back in 2014, she sent the following text to her mom, urging her to steer clear of the "omish sh*t" she had been wearing.
Tune in to next week's Keeping Up With Kim's Kloset Konversion's, in which she tries to set up the *perfect* wardrobe for Kylie's unborn baby so he/she does not sully their brand. Toodles!
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